Michael Micmac Mccrory [Micmac] (25/01/1954 / Belfast N, Ireland)
Biography of Michael Micmac Mccrory
Born on 25 January share Birthdate with Robert (Robbie) Burns.
I have restarted writing poetry after a gap of 30 years.
I am still reading and learning about different styles of writing and am trying to find a style of my own.
Look forward to reading your comments on my poetry
I now reside in London
Have done for 40 years.
Michael Micmac Mccrory's Works:
Looking for a publisher.
- ' Having Money is Good For The Soul '
- ' I missed you '
- ' The Unpublished Poets '
- ‘That was me; but who am I? '
- 'A howling at the fouling'
- 'A jinxed wedding ring'
- 'A lonely Valentine card'
- A Painful Experience
- A Poem in Mime
- 'A question haiku'
- 'A sonnet for lovers'
- A Sonnet for Noireen
- 'Al Zheimer Will Be My Friend'
- 'Ali's Alibi'
I stood on my balcony
Gazed hopelessly at the skies
No poetic prose jumped out at me
Only three sets of two staring eyes
They swapped branches by a daredevil jump
Passing each other in mid air
Swapped trees, but one got the hump